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News Links | July 25, 2019

July 25, 2019

Olympic College offers students help after Navy suspends tuition aid program | Building relationships between Moses Lake and Japan, South Korea | Derek Sheffield reads "Getting the Baby to Sleep" by Keetje Kuipers | Big Bend CC program receives provisional certification | Foster Grandparent Program: Intergenerational and cultural exchanges | Big Bend CC program receives provisional certification | After 40 years, SVC closing its South Whidbey Center | Eight Electric Charging Stations Coming to YVC >>

News Links | July 23, 2019

July 23, 2019

The newest generation of presidents | People in business | Bates: Update from President Lin Zhou | Eugene’s Ninkasi Brewing says it will open pub in Tumwater | Clark College Foundation working to corner entryway project | Scramble fore students raises over $20,000 for CPTC students | Dr. Roberts challenges graduates to contribute to their communities at Shoreline Community College’s 55th Commencement Ceremony | Big Bend's Simulation Technology program earns accreditation status | Events: Resource for veterans open at LCC | What’s that plant? Hike Candy Mountain Friday for the answer | College residence hall opens in the fall | LCC trustees extend President Bailey's contract, provide him a 3.5% raise | Student nurses care for all ages at Josephine | Bates: Broadcasting and Video Production instructor named Educator of the Year | Get a bachelor's at a U.S. community college | Knights Care Fund receives $5,000 | Bates: KBTC Public Television’s Northwest Now programs win big awards at industry competitions | How social media ate news media’s lunch, and what to do about it | Education Focus: Academy, casino partner to provide opportunities for students >>

News Links | July 9, 2019

July 09, 2019

Highline alumna looks to future in bioengineering | Local artist featured at RTC | At Pike Place Market, seniors and kids work well together – and schools and day cares nationwide are noticing | Business beat | Shoreline Honors College students present research projects at prestigious UW Research Symposium | New course on track for future med students | Olympic College student selected to visit NASA in July | Fewer pieces in SPSCC’s juried art exhibition gives local artists room to shine | Peninsula College selects annual English Essay Award winners | Stories of success at YVC's 90th commencement | Four local businesses donate hours of time to renovate Benton Co. jet patrol boat | Washington community colleges aim to help more students of color complete credentials >>

News Links | July 2, 2019

July 02, 2019

In response to economic demand, Centralia College starts commercial driving course | Schools shine at Washington State wine competition | Cornhole event brings the game's elite to Centralia | Living-wage jobs in Whatcom County are going unfilled. ‘We need young people ...’ | K-Pop World Festival came to Seattle looking for the next great star. Here’s who they found. | Southwest Washington High Tech Council targets education | Rosé on the rise | Esports: Peninsula College setting up competitive video gaming program | Mount Vernon nurse returns from relief efforts in Venezuela | From the Newsroom: Seasoned pros are back in the fold | Teaching, Learning, Community: EdCC President Dr. Amit Singh talks about school’s mission | The new Spokane Falls Community College president opens up about the challenges and opportunities ahead | The popular exhibit ‘Art of the Garden’ is back at the Schack | Inslee appoints Jeanne Bennett as new Clark College trustee | Peninsula College bridge builders earn high marks in international competition | Small crowd but lively discussion at Shoreline CC public meeting >>

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